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Iced Coffee Words
Personal musings of Belfast-born Photographer and Music enthusiast. Music, media and arts updates from Northern Ireland.
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Glendalough, Co. Wicklow
2012-04-25 11:49:00
It was one of those days where the rain was on and off. After a very nice meal in the Lynhams of Laragh hotel, umbrellas in hand, we took a long walk through the beautiful Wicklow Mountains National Park in Glendalough. The sun was shining for the majority of the time making for beautiful views ...
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Titanic tourism: what it is and what it should be
2012-04-16 16:11:00
Claiming to be disinterested in the hype surrounding the Titanic does a good job of both alienating people from those who feel creating such business models of a disaster are a good way to remember those whose lives were lost, and an history industry, and bringing together those who are fed up seeing it on ...
More About: Tourism
The Real Meaning of Easter Today; Family
2012-04-10 16:02:00
When I was young I would get annoyed if I have at least 8 Easter Eggs. I feel horrible for being that way. I wasn’t the most pleasant of children at such events: the religious events in the year. Scoffing at presents from family, wanting a bigger Easter Egg, better selection box, more toys, more ...
More About: Personal , Religion , Family , Today
Titanic Super Special Stage
2012-04-07 02:40:00
What a silly name: Titanic Super Special Stage. Alas, it is the name given to the event which took place yesterday as part of the Circuit of Ireland Rally. Loud, fast and adrenaline fuelled it was a brilliant event to watch against the perfect backdrop of the Harland and Wolff cranes. One of a number ...
More About: Belfast
Find My iPhone
2012-04-04 00:31:00
It isn’t the first time in the last few months that I’ve left my phone behind. It also isn’t the first time technology helped me retrieve it. Back in January I left my phone in a taxi. I called Darren on Skype and he called my phone and requested that he return my phone to ...
More About: Technology , Phone , Iphone , Find
Wee Walk Along Greystones Beach
2012-03-31 22:23:00
What beautiful weather we’re having right now, and what perfect way to spend it than a brisk walk along the beach and harbour of Greystones, Co. Wicklow:
More About: Photography , Beach , Ireland
St Patrick?s Day 2012 ? Part 3: Guinness Storehouse
2012-03-22 12:12:00
After making our way through the parade, we made the most of the beautiful weather and walked along the Quay towards the Guinness Storehouse. This would be my second visit to the Storehouse, the first was in 2009 courtesy of a Pix.ie and a small group of photobloggers. Darren and I decided to take in ...
More About: Patrick , St Patrick , Part
St Patrick?s Day ? Part 2: The Parade
2012-03-20 15:30:00
After church we attempted to cross the parade. This proved impossible. The first, and indeed last time, I saw the St Patrick ’s Day parade in Dublin was in 2009. I wasn’t sure what to expect, indeed it was much stranger than I could have imagined. However, as official reports have stated, 500,000 people lined the ...
More About: St Patrick , Part
St Patrick?s Day 2012 ? Part 1: Pro Cathedral
2012-03-20 15:00:00
Remember the lovely story of how St Patrick was captured in Britain by Irish pirates and taken as a slave to Ireland? As the priest said during his sermon that this was a good thing, of course. After all, if he wasn’t captured, he would not have brought Christianity to Ireland. He also wore blue, ...
More About: Photography , Dublin , St Patrick , Part
When people get mad at other people saying that something they did was raci
2012-03-15 10:38:00
I don?t get it It?s like If you were hanging out with your friend and your friend turns to you and says, ?Hey I don?t know if you noticed but you just stepped on my foot, can you please stop?, I am guessing most people would say, ?Oh man, I?m sorry,? and maybe watch where ...
More About: People
Holi
2012-03-12 11:50:00
Yesterday Belfast City Council, along with ArtsEkta celebrated Holi, also known as the Festival of Colours, in the Kings Hall, with dancers, music, food & drink (non-alcoholic) and of course paint and plenty of colour. Originally, Holi was a mark of the arrival of spring; colours and liveliness are commemorated by generally letting lose in ...
More About: Photography
Tumblr Meetup March 2012
2012-03-11 14:43:00
So there’s this thing called Tumblr, essentially it’s the Myspace of today: filled with teenagers. God-awful page designs (flashing tiled gifs, autoplaying dubstep), self-indulgent rants and self-centred longwinded diatribes of teenage nonsense) and reblogging the hell out of images with everything: helvetica over images of space and text over nebulas, photos of fashion, text over ...
More About: Meetup , March
On Why I Support International Women?s Day
2012-03-09 00:48:00
Having spent a good portion of my day reading about the issues that women face today and wondering what I should do to mark the occasion, I had a hard time narrowing it down. Should I make a list of brilliant women in the world today, or in history? Photographers, politicians, movie stars, musicians, activists, ...
More About: Women , International , Activism , Support
Grandma?s Tips
2012-03-08 00:56:00
Chacho Puebla, a creative director from Madrid has produced another series of images of his great-aunt giving advice he wish his grandmother had given, with pretty typography. With the help of his girlfriend and sister (photographer) the project is “back by popular demand” for Vol 2. Great advice for everyone today. “Just a few tips ...
More About: Photography , Tips
That Was 2011
2012-01-05 23:31:00
This year my usual series of end-of-year posts have been postponed due to extended New Year’s celebrations. A somewhat different format to last year, though much the same sentiment remains, as well as one person who’s photograph appeared last year being much more prominent twelve months later. No matter, let’s get going. In all, it’s ...
More About: Personal
So that was Christmas 2011
2011-12-27 16:39:00
Christmas is a strange time of year. Church on Sunday For the most part I love Christmas. For me it it’s about few days to chill-out with family; eat lots of chocolate, have a few drinks, hang out with my awesome cousins, a nice meal (stuffing!), refuse to wear paper hats, argue with my parents ...
More About: Christmas , Personal
Decembrrr
2011-12-02 00:47:00
It’s december and I’m majorly stressing. The todo list is long. Free time is non-existent. I need help.
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Wave Goodbye
2011-11-24 08:38:00
Google have announced the closure of a few little-used products in their “off-season spring clean”. Google Wave – an attempt to combine email and instant messaging for real-time collaboration. I didn’t use it. Just like everyone else. Google Bookmarks List - a service which allowed users to share bookmarks with friends. For cloud-based bookmarks I ...
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St Petersburg Passes First Stage of Anti-?Gay Progaganda? Law
2011-11-23 11:11:00
On Wednesday 16th November, lawmakers voted overwhelmingly to pass a bill which introduces into St Petersburg Law on ?administrative offences in St Petersburg? fines for ?propaganda of sodomy, lesbianism, bisexualism and transgenderism, to minors? and ?propaganda of paedophilia?: Article 71. Public actions aimed at propaganda of sodomy, lesbianism, bisexuality, transgenderness amongst minors. Public actions aimed ...
Stamp of Approval
2011-11-22 15:18:00
Part of the beauty of social networking for me has always been personal recommendations; I could care less what the guy who writes for the local paper thinks of the latest blockbuster, instead I look for thoughts of those I know through a variety of online platforms. Rather than ask 20 friends what they think ...
More About: Technology , Phone , Stamp
Jameson/QFT Christmas Special #JamesonDieHard
2011-11-18 17:30:00
Everyone has a favourite Christmas movie, right? This December Queens Film Theatre and Jameson Whiskey are going to show one of three classic Christmas movies: Die Hard (1988) Elf (2003) or National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989) The choice is pretty easy, right? Die Hard for sure! Certainly my choice in this case. Elf is just ...
More About: Marketing , Movies , Special , Belfast
Why The MTV EMAs Made Me Angry
2011-11-10 09:29:00
Celebrity culture: it’s everywhere and it’s very difficult to escape. I realise I sound like my Grandparents, though worse perhaps than my own Grandparents as they don’t understand just how bad celebrity culture is today. And how much it bothers me. I have many issues surrounding idolising those in the spotlight, those with their 15mins ...
More About: Culture , Celebrity , Angry , Made , Belfast
What a Tangled Web I Weave
2011-11-01 19:10:00
This used to be my go-to place for updating the world as to my goings on. But more than that, I have always used my blog for myself. It is a journal. A diary if you will. It allows me to look back and remember a part of my life. It is more personal than ...
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?
2011-10-06 02:37:00
Steve Jobs changed so much in his lifetime. He revolutionised the world we live in. He revolutionised my world. May he rest in peace. Here?s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They?re not fond of rules. And they ...
More About: Apple
Found Typography in Paris
2010-10-27 16:11:00
Paris is an undeniably historic artistic city, and so while there, I captured some of this, through some old type to modern type. I’ve become a little bit of a type-geek.
More About: Paris , Typography
Gay Paree Part 1
2010-10-22 18:00:00
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again; Paris is dirty and polluted, vulgar, unscrupulous, exploitative and offensive, but I still love it. It’s appealing in so many ways; the stunning architecture, the beautiful people, delicious food, boulangeries, the metro (it has rubber wheels!), fashion, art, bars, nightlife, history… I’ve been a few times now, ...
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Dinard
2010-10-21 20:40:00
Dinard is a small seaside town in Brittany with beaches and a long walk under the huge villas. Along by the beach is a large statue of Alfred Hitchcock. It is said that while he did spend much time here, he also based the house used in Psycho on one of the villas.
The National ? Green Gloves
2010-10-20 21:55:00
I was introduced to The National by Valérie-Anne back in May. I immediately fell in love. So many wonderful songs. Make me go all funny inside. One of my many favourites: The National ? Green Gloves Falling out of touch with all my friends are somewhere getting wasted, hope they’re staying glued together, I have arms for them. Take another sip of them, it floats ...
Pointe du Raz; Far West
2010-10-18 11:33:00
Pointe du Raz is an area of rocky terrain at the most western point of France ? an amateur rock-climber’s dream. It offers a brilliantly dramatic view, and exciting hike across the jagged hostile landscape while watching the water crash on the rocks below. Oh the way back from the rock(s), we stopped at Baie des ...
More About: West
I Will Be a Writer.
2010-10-15 13:10:00
There are many things I enjoy the idea of doing often more than actually doing them. Writing is one of them, in a way. I like the idea of writing thought-provoking essays, opinion pieces, and wordy pseudo-intellectual studies that make everyone take a second to think about the state of the world today. Alas, it’s ...
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